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So we filed our I-129F with TSC in early January and got our NOA1 on 13 January and have just had a RFE to submit evidence that we intend to marry within 90 days of the beneficiary's (me) entry to the US on a K1. On the I-129F my fiance made the declaration but there was no where I could see that I also had to. Anyway they have said they need an original statement from me establishing my intent to marry within 90 days of my admission into the US which I can do. Has anyone else had this and was a statement enough or did you also submit other evidence about wedding plans.

Many thanks for any advice.

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It's very easy to fix. All you need to do is submit a letter of intent. There is a great sample letter here on VJ. Just use that example letter, fill in your information / name wherever its needed, sign and date it and send it to them. That should be it. No need to submit wedding plans or anything like that.


K-1 Visa Timeline for T&L

 

08/03/15: Sent I-129F

08/04/15: Delivered
08/06/15: NOA 1, Routed to CSC
08/11/15: NOA 1 Hardcopy
08/27/15: NOA 2
09/01/15: NOA 2 Hardcopy
09/??/15: NVC Received
09/20/15: NVC Case Number Assigned
09/24/15: Case forwarded to consulate in Frankfurt, Germany
10/02/15: Case received by consulate
10/02/15: Case Status: Ready
10/10/15: Received Packet 3
05/07/16: Sent Packet 3 back
05/18/16: Received Packet 4
07/08/16: Medical Exam
07/14/16: Interview - APPROVED!
07/15/16: Visa ISSUED!
07/19/16: Visa in hand

 

AOS Timeline for T&L

02/23/17: Sent AOS Package

02/25/17: Delivered

02/27/17: USCIS Received Documents

03/07/17: NOA 1 Texts + Emails 

03/10/17: NOA 1 Hardcopies

03/18/17: Biometrics Letter

03/30/17: Biometrics Appointment Done

04/26/17: EAD Expedite Requested 

04/27/17: Expedite Request "Completed"

05/02/17: Evidence Faxed to USCIS

05/04/17: EAD & AP Approved

05/08/17: EAD & AP NOA 2's in mail

05/08/17: EAD Combo Card Mailed To Me

05/10/17: EAD Combo Card Received

08/28/17: Service Request Filed with a Tier 2 officer. No new info on my case available

10/20/17: I-485 approved without interview after 236 days

10/25/17: NOA 2 Received

10/27/17: Green Card Received

 

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Both petitioner and beneficiary should have written and signed statements of intent to marry. Nothing fancy, there are examples online if you Google it. Also it is suggested that closer to your interview datethe petitioner (your American fiance)writes a second letter of intent to marry within 90 days which you should take to the interview with you.

Both petitioner and beneficiary should have written and signed statements of intent to marry. Nothing fancy, there are examples online if you Google it. Also it is suggested that closer to your interview datethe petitioner (your American fiance)writes a second letter of intent to marry within 90 days which you should take to the interview with you.

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